New webinar series featuring “building blocks” of resilience-based management from around the globe, brought to you by the Great Barrier Reef Foundation’s Resilient Reefs Initiative in cooperation with the Reef Resilience Network.
Using the latest technologies to collate data, and new and integrated modelling, eReefs produces powerful visualization, communication and reporting tools forming a comprehensive coastal information system for Australia
Learn about a network of 500 marine protected area (MPA) managers and community members in the Western Indian Ocean who apply strategic adaptive management to ensure MPAs deliver expected ecological and social benefits
How the Guam Reef Resilience Strategy was developed, packaged and pitched to gather stakeholder input and build support for implementation
Many thanks to our members and contributors for all you do to improve one another’s ability to manage and restore the world’s coral reefs!
Take a 10-minute survey to identify the data you need to make decisions about managing reefs. Your input will be used to improve information platforms.
Eight conservation staff from the Fundación Antonio Núñez Jiménez de la Naturaleza y el Hombre participated in a three-day workshop in Havana, Cuba.
Thirty-five natural resource professionals representing 10 countries and 30 agencies in the Caribbean participated in a three-day workshop held in St. Lucia
Reef restoration mentored online course, 2019.
Florida’s corals reefs have been experiencing devastating effects of a multi-year outbreak
The Network partnered with Pew Charitable Trusts & The Ocean Agency to host an interactive workshop to build participants’ understanding of strategic communication and develop and practice messaging skills to motivate action for reef conservation.
Two new two case studies on emergency and rapid response efforts after major storms that occurred in 2017
As we begin 2019, all of us on the Reef Resilience Network Team want to thank you